Sitting atop Beacon Hill overlooking the Public Garden at 5 Byron Street is an understatedly elegant loft. Housed in a building built in the 1890's, this loft features expansive open spaces and modern amenities in one of Boston's most prized neighborhoods.
Designed by architect Graham Gund, the interior features a two-story main living area and fireplace. A luxe, marble bath highlights the master suite and large South-facing windows accent the space.
Unique to this loft are the multiple decks, attached two-car garage parking and vast storage - amenities rare to the Beacon Hill neighborhood. With over 5,323 square feet, three bedrooms and 4 ½ baths, 5 Byron Street has an elevator to all levels, including the roof deck displaying a Zen garden where residents can take in the surrounding views of Boston.
With views of the Public Gardens, decadent interior designs and steps from the Commonwealth Avenue mall and the Charles River, 5 Byron Street is a unique find in Beacon Hill and will not be available for long.